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Mansfield Law Enforcement Center

This page is about the Mansfield City Jail located in Mansfield, Texas. The Mansfield Jail is an overflow jail for the Tarrant County Jail. Have you been here before? Tell us about it by clicking here.

Mansfield JailHow Do You Locate An Inmate at the Mansfield Jail?:

At the Mansfield Jail, you can find an inmate by an online search by clicking here. For additional information, feel free to contact the bond desk at 817-804-5731, 817-473-9680 or 817-473-1086.

Where Is The Mansfield Jail Located?:

The Mansfield Jail is located at 1601 Heritage Parkway, Mansfield, TX 76063.

 

1601 Heritage Parkway, Mansfield, TX 76063

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Fort Worth, travel south down US HWY 287 until you reach Mansfield. Take the exit towards Heritage Parkway and then turn right on Commerce Dr. Next take a right onto Heritage Parkway and the facility will be on your right.

From Arlington, travel south down Cooper St. / Hwy 157 until you reach Mansfield. Once you cross US Hwy 287, turn left and then merge onto US Hwy 287 southbound. Take the exit towards Heritage Parkway and then turn right on Commerce Dr. Next take a right onto Heritage Parkway and the facility will be on your right.

From Dallas, travel south down US HWY 67 until you reach Midlothian. Exit and turn right on Old Fort Worth Rd./US HWY 287 BUS. Turn right and merge onto US HWY 287 northbound towards Fort Worth. Exit Heritage Parkway and turn right to loop around and go over the bridge. Turn left onto Heritage Parkway and the facility will be just over the bridge on your right.

What Time Is The Mansfield Jail Open?:

Jail administration hours are Monday- Friday from 8am-5pm. You can reach the jail administration by telephone at 817-804-5729 or 817-804-5745.

When Are Visiting Hours at the Mansfield Jail?:

Visiting hours are based on an inmate’s last name. Last names beginning with A-L are on even numbered days. M-Z are on odd number days. The time for everyday visitation is from 8am-11am, 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-10pm. If you have any questions, contact the visitation desk at 817-804-5724.

What Do I Need To Visit An Inmate at the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center?:

If I have a warrant and visit an inmate will I be arrested?

Yes, the Mansfield Jail will run a warrant check on any visitors to the Mansdield Jail. Those with warrants coming to visit an inmate at the Mansfield Jail will be arrested.

RULES

Visitation is a privilege and may be terminated at any time.  Visitors must produce a valid form of identification. This can be a Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, etc.  Visitors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. The inmate may have up to three individuals in the visitation booth area at a time. Visitors must be fully dressed and behave in a professional and orderly manner. See through, revealing and provocative clothing is not allowed. Dressing inappropriately will cause the termination or refusal of the visit with the inmate. All visitation booths are monitored and recorded with audio and video surveillance equipment.

Federal Inmates must complete a visitation list and have it approved by the Case Manager before visits will be allowed. Extended visits may be approved by the Case Manager if submitted and approved at least three days prior to the requested visit.

City Inmates are not required to complete a visitation list prior to visits.

 

Defense Criminal Lawyer Best TexasWhere Are Impound Vehicles Are Stored?:

Once your vehicle has been impounded and you wish to get it back, you will need to fill a vehicle release form, which can be located at the Mansfield Police Department. In addition, you will need to present a form of identification and if you are not listed as the registered owner of the vehicle, you will also need proof of ownership. To obtain more information about impoundment, meet with the Mansfield Police Department in person. For questions regarding cost, call B&H Wrecker service at 817-473-3109.

If your vehicle has been impounded by the Mansfield Police Department, please contact one of the following.

FOR PRIVATE PASSENGER VEHICLES:

Beards Towing, 5125 Sun Valley Dr. Fort Worth Texas 76119

Phone: 817-478-2001

FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

ABC Wrecker, 6831 Old Randol Mill Rd. Fort Worth Texas 76120

Phone: 817-498-2125

INMATE BOND INFORMATION

The Bond Desk Clerks provide information concerning the charges and bond information on city inmates only.  This charge information can be obtained by contacting the Mansfield Bond Desk at 817-804-5731 or by going to the website. The Bond Desk Clerk are only able to give this information once the inmate has arrived at the facility and been completely booked into the jail system. It is best to wait until the inmate utilizes their free phone call to make contact with someone first. This way you know the inmate is at our facility and that the Bond Desk Clerk will have the charge information shortly thereafter.

Once An Inmate Has Been Released Where Can I Pick Him Up:

Once an inmate has been released, you may pick him/her up at 1601 Heritage Parkway, Mansfield, TX 76063, in front of the entrance.

Jail Tips:

For other inmate information at the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center, call 817-804-5724 every day between 7am and 10pm. Any calls after 10pm will need to be directed to 817-473-8676.

What Is The Mansfield Jail’s Website?:

You can visit the Mansfield Jail department page by clicking here.

13 Comments

  1. The officers name at the bond desk is CJ Watson. She’s is extremely rude.

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  2. This jail is disgusting! The people working in this facility are worthless! How many people have to die in such a small overflow jail for someone to shut this place down. They just let a 33 year old man die 2 months ago! And claim it was of natural causes. Where did I ever hear about this on the news? Never! I had a family member who was in this Jail and heard stories as a kid. Starting with the boot camp! They sure did shut that corrupt crap down when a guy died because negligence and abuse. Back to the current situation, This place has constant streams of toilet water running through the cell. Been that way for 20 years. So called criminals are left in a cell and never attended to again. It’s unsanitary and filthy beyond words. How many people have died in the past two years? Look it up it’s appalling.
    I have never been in trouble and had my head slammed by a REAL TOUGH 6’3 cop. Don’t even think just because you abide by the law your ass won’t get slammed too.
    FWI Pay your tickets or you might die of natural causes 👍🏿
    Pissed

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  4. This jail is stupid how can you be quick to take our money with a snap of a finger but take for ever to give it to a inmate.. I put money on my fiance books on the 23rd an now its 28th an he still doesn’t have it understandable the holidays but damn…. I Checked with the company who does they money kiosk an they tell me there gonna send a email. So you think sending them a email a get the job done!!??? when they ass don’t even answer the phones god it’s like y’all trying to starve them… When all they families are trying to do is make sure if any thing they eat……

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  5. All These law enforcement numbskulls have serious mental problems and should be removed from there position immediately they constantly abuse the general public and everyone they come in contact with and then they are called Heros it’s a travesty of justice and hard working patriotic Americans whose forefathers fought and died for this country are treated like dogs and even worse

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  6. I was in Mansfield for two days on bogus charges that were later dropped. The cop who arrested me laughed at me and made sure the cuffs were so tight that I ended up bruised. At one point, I was crying. He told me I shouldn’t have been a criminal and that I needed to shut the hell up or he would make me shut up.

    At the jail, I was thrown into a filthy cell with no toilet paper. When I asked for some, I was ignored… and I asked several times. I have high blood pressure, severe depression, PTSD, and severe anxiety; my husband brought my meds to the jail but they refused to give them to me. (They also did not give them back to me when I was released, saying they didn’t have anything and didn’t know I was supposed to take any meds.) When my husband called to speak with a supervisor about the state of the cell I was in, he told them there were feces smeared on the walls and floor, and that no one would listen to me or come in and clean the cell. The reply he got was, “She shouldn’t’a put sh!t on the walls, we ain’t cleaning up after her.” He told them that the cell was in that condition when I arrived and they called him a liar.

    A few months later, my son ended up in the same jail. When my husband and I went to visit, we were treated like criminals ourselves, and the woman at the desk was extremely rude. She told my husband to leave because she “didn’t like” him, and refused to allow him to see our son. She also said she would have us both arrested if we complained.

    Turns out that there is no one to complain to. Mansfield Jail is not overseen by any entity except itself. It is corporate-run, completely for profit. Maybe this explains why the food they serve is half rotten (I got a moldy sandwich when I was in, and all the milk was warm and sour) and why they won’t buy toilet paper for inmates.

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  7. I was trying to enquire information about an inmate and the lady in the bonds department was very rude and unpleasent. She kept giving me an attitude ane i was being nice and polite, i did ask questions in regards to the bond process and that seamed to bother her but isn’t. That why she is there? If this is hoq she treated me it makes me question how inmates get treated. Very. Unpleasent experience, i know you have a tough job but still you are dwaling with people and they should be treated with respect if she does not like her job she needs to quit & find something else.

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    • I had the pleasure of dealing with this lovely lady today. She was very rude. I was hoping maybe she was just having a bad day.

    • I agree she acts like we know the process and I feel that she was bothered by my questions. Very poor customer service

    • That’s right ma’am I had same problem this morning

    • I had the honor of being an inmate and may again be one after my trial. Inside the jail it’s filthy,nats fly around the cells, guards are complete assholes and have no regards for the inmates. I watched one sit on her phone for literally hours. I asked for a blanket as the clean ones we’re on a cart in front of my cell. They just said fuck you. And I waited 9 hours before getting one.

    • The old hag at the bond desk need to go die of cancer with her horrible attitude. Any and every bad thing that happens to you, you deserve! Winter is coming up hopefully your parents will die & that might change your disgusting attitude about life. YOURE IN THE WRONG JOB, CRAB ASS!

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